Girls of the Sun
WARU
Butterfly Tree
In The Zone
The Happy Prince

Welcome to Vendetta Films

Vendetta Films has been acquiring and distributing films from discerning partners around the globe for over a decade, becoming one of the top independent film distributors in Australia & New Zealand. With a head office in Auckland, we travel to all key international film markets, and work closely with sales agents and local producers to find the best and most interesting films for audiences.

Vendetta Productions Ltd is the recently established production arm of Vendetta Films. Our first feature film, Born To Dance became the highest grossing NZ film of the year on its release, also being selected for TIFF and the Berlinale. Further features and documentaries are currently in production and development.

Explore our website and have a peek at what we are currently showing in cinemas, what we have on offer in our DVD and VOD lineup and check out what's in the film pipelines!

 

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What we are most excited about right now

The Butterfly Tree

Evelyn, a burlesque queen, bewitches single dad Al and his teenage son, Fin with her zest for life. When father and son discover they are competing for the affections of the same woman, old wounds are reopened over the death of Fin’s mother. Through the vivacious Evelyn, Fin learns the power of forgiveness and relinquishes his goddess in return for a family.

In this seductive and heart-warming story, both men will discover the power of selfless love.

Waru

For Australian sessions, head to: au.demand.film/waru/

A sisterhood of 8 Maori female directors bravely share their insights into the complexity of child abuse, in a sequence of eight short films that seamlessly become one.

At the centre of their stories is Waru, a boy killed at the hands of a caregiver. His tangi, set on a small rural marae, is the centrepiece of the film, but there is an underlying disturbance of heavy themes touching on culture, custom and shame.